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BTEG's Patrons

 

Greg Clark CBE

Greg Clark, CBE is an author, global advisor, chairman and non-executive director.

"I am proud to support the work of BTEG. BTEG works hard and effectively to improve the work and enterprise opportunities of young black, Asian and minority ethnic people. There is discrimination and disadvantage in the way our economy operates, but tackling these barriers is possible if imaginative work is done. BTEG works directly with people, and supports them to succeed. I have known the BTEG team since their start up 26 years ago. I greatly admire the staying power and constant innovation in their work."

 

Lt Col Sulle Alhaji

Lt Col Sulle Alhaji is director of the Army Youth Outreach Team

"Growing up, I was always the only black person in the room. I never had a mentor, I made many mistakes which often resulted in my peers being promoted before me. I know, only too well, what it’s like trying to breakthrough to seize the moment. Over the years I’ve gained the knowledge, skills and experience to understand how to progress, hence I’ve been promoted eleven times and am now at the very highest rank I can achieve in the Army. I’ve been mentoring since 1986, it’s now time to expand this outside the confines of the Army. I know BTEG focuses on levelling the playing field so black, Asian and minority ethnic youths have the same opportunities as everyone else. This is exactly why I am elated to be a patron of  BTEG."

 

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